Belial's song


#1

Itz Ra Cha Belial. How do you pronounce the Cha? As in Candy or Chopping?


#2

Isn’t Belial’s Enn Lirach Tasa Vefa Wehlc ?

or they are two different things ?


#3

This is from the Book of Azazel. It’s Belial’s song, by which he can be called. His real song, not that unreliable enn. The problem is that I don’t know how to pronounce it.


#4

In the Mastering Evocation course Summoning of Powers, beginning with “Itz rachu mantantu vespacha kaltumu”, EA pronounces all the “ch’s” as in “chopping”…if that helps?


#5

It is more to latin pronounce than english pronouncing.
So yea… Cha is more like acidking said “chopping”

“Sha”


#6

Ive actually found his enn quite useful…


#7

I have always pronounced it like “chopping”.

My question is how do ya’ll pronounce Lirach Tasa Vefa Wehlc? During my time with Belial I changed the pronunciation to see if it would have different effects.

It started out as Lie-rack Taaasa Vey-fah We-hellk and after a while it began to sound like La-HI-rock Tasaa Vey-fah We-heylch.


#8

[quote=“EpicGnome, post:2, topic:1816”]Isn’t Belial’s Enn Lirach Tasa Vefa Wehlc ?

or they are two different things ?[/quote]

Two different things. His enn is:
Belial
Lirach Tasa Vefa Wehl Belial
[Lir-atch tah-sa veh-fa weh-el Belial]

I use his enn and it works.


#9

thanks for the info

I pronunce the Enn “Li (as in Jet Li) Rak Ta Za Veh-fa Welk Belial”

I have had good results in evocation, activating the sigil (Actualy it was only activated as I started to chant the Enn) and the first time it was in oobe, it worked good (so much I got a bit scared by the presence, but just at the beginning.


#10

Thanks for the info guys.

About the normal enn, I think the reason it works is because many people used it and, through the collective consciousness, it became embedded with Belial’s energy. But I prefer to use the one given by himself in the Book of Azazel.


#11

[quote=“Elison, post:10, topic:1816”]Thanks for the info guys.

About the normal enn, I think the reason it works is because many people used it and, through the collective consciousness, it became embedded with Belial’s energy. But I prefer to use the one given by himself in the Book of Azazel.[/quote]

Actually, many demons have enns, not just Belial, because they were passed on from the demons themselves. It’s cool to have a preference, but don’t assume that one is less potent then the other. The enn I used for Eurynomous had him come storming into my temple in record time. They can be very useful.